Aviation, there’s nothing like it! From the feel of a rumbling jet engine beneath your toes, to the joy of a first solo, nothing can compare to the experience of freedom it brings. This month is Aviation History Month, and to celebrate our incredible av-history we’ve decided to compile a short list of the aviation-based people, planes, and places that everyone should know.
The world has a big problem coming its way. According to human resources expert Rainer Strack of The Boston Consulting Group, there will be a global resource crisis by 2030. That means there will be far too few employees to fill the world’s available jobs. It won’t be a sudden crisis. It’ll be a slow process that is already starting to happen as Baby Boomers retire.
Las Vegas, aka Sin City, is a Mecca for gamblers and vacationers alike. The city has become one of the top tourist destinations in the world. It is also one of the top three U.S. locations for conventions and business meetings. Since many of us have been there (oftentimes more than a few times), I’d like to look at Vegas from a different angle, one that highlights the “other things” one can do while visiting.
Paris, known as the “City of Light”, is home to over 2 million people with a metropolitan population of over 12 million. It is one of the world’s centers for culture, the arts, business, and tourism. It is actually the most visited city in the world. I’ve been there myself 5 times over the past 47 years and still only scratched the surface on the sights of Paris.